I have intermittent shoulder pain, mostly in the areas where neck and shoulder meets and in the rotator cuff. This is for the last one year. I had neck pain, which subsided after some physiotherapy and still I have the shoulder pain issue. Earlier, I consulted a general physician and a physiotherapist, but not visited for a while. I had a suspicion that my shoulder pain was significant and started bothering after I played volleyball briefly in last summer. I am wondering whether I should visit an orthopedic surgeon and need an MRI.
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